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7-15 May 2013
Third word: Justice
From the very moment in which churches from the Reformed family agreed to be part of the World Communion of Reformed Churches, we committed to a focus on action for justice. At the same time, we agreed to build an authentic “communion” of diverse expressions of what it means to be faith communities. In making that connection, we demonstrated that there is a basic link between justice and our commitment to work together as a family of Reformed churches wherever we are located.
As Christians, we take the Bible and the movement of Jesus as a paradigm for our journey towards justice. Justice, as the biblical prophets showed us; justice, as Jesus showed us; justice, as the common roots of the Reformed tradition show us.
Justice is the only way to build a world in which every human being will have a decent and fulfilled life, in which love overcomes greed and in which diversity is seen as a gift from God.
We dream and we are committed to the platform Jesus proposed in the Beatitudes: “Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for justice, for they will be filled.”